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karins. >> it's been a busy night. a lot of rough storms. tornado sirens in kentucky and tennessee. here's the recap. four tornadoes so far reported. no fatalities. no towns destroyed. a lot of isolated homes with roofs off. a lot of those things of those nature. the blue dots are wind reports. they are plowing their way through areas of indiana, kentucky, tennessee, through mississippi. we'll include alabama in this and areas of eastern tennessee and kentucky. the most dangerous storms now just rolled through the nashville area. these are tornado warnings. this little cluster has had the strongest winds with it it and the most signs of rotation of tornadic signatures. so anywhere to the east of nashville, give it a half hour and wait until the storms are gone and you'll be safe. also strong storms near richmond and louisville. now a wider view, these storms continue all the way down through mississippi. they are going to roll all the way to the east coast. in the areas of yellow, this line of storms will roll through your town. 15 to 30 minutes. they will have the chance of knocking dow
. many people didn't get much sleep in missouri, arkansas, tennessee, kentucky as the storms roll through. they continue at this hour. they are not weakening either. over 200 reports of wind damage out there. only about three or four tornadoes. no significant tornadoes or fatalities. this setup was ripe for the possibility of that. these storms are rolling now through the louisville area. they have exited. nashville you're safe too. but eastern tennessee and kentucky and southern ohio, the sto storms are starting to move through alabama. and areas of yellow today still a chance of strong storms. damaging winds that will last for a half hour. pittsburgh, d.c., richmond, atlanta, all the way down through the deep south. you get the picture here. also on the backside, we have a winter storm through iowa and wisconsin. we're only expecting 3 to 6 inches of snow in des moines. high impacts today at the airports. it will be extremely windy throughout the afternoon and evening as the storms will roll through. d.c., late this afternoon. busy weather todayday. let's turn now to sports. two of the
and also eastern portions of tennessee and western north carolina. stay alert because today you are looking at the possibility of tornadoes. here is a closer look at the tornado warning to the north and west of atlanta and georgia. on the northern side of the storm system we are talking about snowfall, winter storm warnings right now in effect across iowa, wisconsin with up to eight inches of snow possible, factor in the wind and it is going to feel very cold. i want to show you why we're looking at this risk for severe weather. it's been very warm. tuesday we set a number of record-high temperatures. it was 63 degrees in chicago yesterday. today you're looking at temperatures in chicago only into the upper 30s, and it's that sharp contrast with the hot temperatures, the cold temperatures that fires up this violent weather. >> reporter: a wild ride with rough weather over the next several hours, thank you for the update. jon: we have a massive recall to tell you about involving some of the best selling cars in the country, details on that coming up. and new information on a desperate stando
believing it was all about responding to your constituents. gentlemen, thank you. >>> coming up, a tennessee state senator who wants to calibrate children's grades and determine that they will provide a certain amount of money in terms of what individual families can get from government. you won't believe this one. stay with us. look what mommy is having. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. >>> at this moment the senate is voting to confirm senator sgron kerry as the next secretary of state. a former nominee for president, kerry brings a lifetime of experience to the job including 18 glers the senate where he currently serves as chairman of the foreign relations committee. the same committee before which he testified in 1971 as an anti-war veteran returning from his second tour of duty in vietnam where he was awarded three purple hearts. joining us now i'm delighted to say is mike viqueira live with us from the capitol. mike, apparently ther
, down through mississippi and parts of western tennessee and up to kentucky and ohio, will be moving into the northeast. as far as flood warnings, portions in louisiana. red is flash flood warnings and we do have flooding going on. if you doing traveling in parts of the northeastern louisiana and mississippi, please be careful and do not drive through flooded roadways. we do have flooded roadways across western parts of kentucky and northern parts of ohio. how much more additional rainfall are we talking about? look at the shades in yellow and orange, still four inches expected because what this front is going to be spreading light rain in portions and in through tomorrow morning. keep that in mind for monday morning commute. it will stay stalled in places like mississippi, tennessee, virginia and north carolina. so you'll be dealing with it next several days coming up this workweek. we have a stretch across portions of the southeast. on western side of the storm system, very cold across northern plains, 8 degrees in minneapolis, 19 at rapid city and that cold air is here to stay. ge
been looking at what's happening in places like texas and in places like tennessee, i'm in nashville, tennessee, today it's boomtown, usa. states that have no income tax and the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states like where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. he so you've got a number of places like north carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and the south and southwest, that say, you know, we don't want to be like california we want to be like texas and they're looking at eliminating their income tax. >> paul: okay, steve, but what about the revenue losses? that will be the big complaint if you give that up you're going to lose revenue. how do you make it it up? >> a great question, a lot of states say we'll expand and maybe increase sales tax and that's been a political hazard if it hasn't worked well in places that tried that. i want to toss out another idea that some states are looking at. why not use this bonanza of money from the energy revolution we talked about a little bit e
missouri, arkansas, and tennessee. homes were damaged. trees and power lines were knocked down. thousands lost power. >> the front surges all the way to texas. in tennessee, flash flood warnings have been issued. can see nashville is caught in the storm's path and that's where you can fient jennifer reyes. >> reporter: this is some of the damage in our area. you can see this big tree came down in the middle of the road, and when that happened it took out a power line with it. now metro police is here mareking sure that drivers don't go through this. similar reports have bn coming in to our newsroom. trees down in the middle of the road, and, of course, police have responded to that. there have been reports of damage to businesses, also to homes. in an area called bordeaux there was man parentally seeking shelter and the shelter ended up caving in on top of him and killed him. at the peak of the storm there were heavy winds and heavy rain and because of that there were about 21,000 users without electricity. this was at 4:00 a.m. the electric company is working to restore lots of -- the po
like tennessee. i'm in nashville, tennessee today. town, u.s.a. this is states that it have no income tax. the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. you have got a number of places like northu' carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and south and southwest that say we don't want to be like california. we want to be like -- they are looking at eliminating their income taxes. >> revenue losses that will be complaint new give that up you are going to lose revenue. how do you make it up? >> that's a great question a lot of these states are saying thee are going to expand and maybe increase our sales tax. that's politically hazardous it hasn't looked very well. some states are looking a why not use this bonanza of money from the energy revolution that we talked about a little bit about earlier. use some of that money in terms of the severance taxes that you can raise and royalties. that's how wyoming and alaska got rid of their income tax. >> you said
. we asked if you thought it was okay for a tennessee elementary school to limit parents access to kids during school lunch time. we wanted to know if you thought this was too -- going too far in the name of safety. >> here's what some of you had to say. jo ann writes school lunch is a time for kids to interact with their friends and peers. they develop their social skills and friendships. when parents are there, it changes the dynamics. >> dan from ohio says as a parent i have every right to full access to my child at school. it is my responsibility to keep my child safe. >> bill from florida rights parents don't belong in schools. it is not safe and distracting to the kids. stay home, parents. thanks to everyone who responded. >> have a great day and good weekend. >> goodbye. >> tgif everyone. brian didn't want to sit down. he didn't want to. he wanted to do it standing up. we can do it standing up. it is friday, january 25, 2013. we've done this before. it's as cold as ice out. ♪ it's as cold as ice temperatures as low as 29 degrees below zero slamming millions across the u.s. maki
'll hear more on that from newt gingrich. tennessee republican representative, marsha blackburn. for analysis, being bring there david ignatius of the "washington post." david sanger of the "new york times," and from campaign 2012, obama adviser stephanie cutter, and romney adviser kevin madden. back to face off one more time because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. california's democratic senator dianne feinstein is joining us in the studio this morning. senator, you introduced this legislation friday to ban assault weapons, reinstate the ban. you got this passed once before. it was uphill all the way. you can see this time it's going to be uphill, but why do you think you can get it passed? >> well, i think i can get it passed because the american people are very much for it. there's a new poll out, 50,000 people in the field, 68% supportive of a ban on assault weapons. i think what happens is you have one group-- namely, the national rifle associatio
>> patti page has died with that song and others like "tennessee waltz" and "old cape cod," she became one of the biggest pop singers in the 1950s. page sold more than 100 million records in a career that spanned seven decades. she was to be honored with a lifetime achievement award at the grammys next month. patti page was 85 years old. >>> lots of folks are taking down their christmas trees right now, usually without incident. and that was the plan this morning at the lennox square mall in atlanta. that is until part of the crane being used to take down the big tree from the roof of macy's collapsed and the tree ended up dangling over the side of the building. no injuries reported. >>> and you won't find these next items at macy's, but have we got a sale to tell you about. how about a launch pad used for the space shuttles? there's word tonight that nasa is selling or renting facilities at the kennedy space center that were part of that shuttle program, which ended a year-and-a-half ago. in addition to launch pad 39a, they're selling space in the vehicle assembly building, which was firs
and dangerous storm is moving from the south. it hit eastern missouri arkansas and tennessee. homes were damaged trees and power lines knocked down thousands lost power. >> the front stretches from texas to the northeast. one man has been killed in nashville and the storm also left its mark across indiana. reporter jessica hayes of wish-tv is in indianapolis. >> reporter: we're on the north side of indianapolis. this area is usually busy with computers and shoppers but straight line winds brought down a couple different power lines, one the worst damage you can see right here snapped off at the base and landed on top of this canopy of this costco gas station so this is closed. you did see damages on the west side of minneapolis, winds up to 60 miles an hour and if you go to the southern part of the state south of bloomington, indiana, a possible tornado touched down there, up to 20 homes have damage and the national weather service is on their way to determine if this, in fact, was a tornado. here we've got power crews are going to have a busy day here and around
as tennessee, multiple states reporting deaths because of frigid temperatures and nasty winter weather. an arctic air mass blamed for the low temperatures invading the nation from the midwest to the northeast and bringing with it the coldest temperatures of the winter. temperatures dropping to nearly negative 40 # degrees fahrenheit in parts of northern minnesota and negative 30 degrees in parts of maine. weather advisories in effect as far south as tennessee and virginia tonight. that region expected to be hit with freezing rain and sleet as well throughout the night. the cold snap already causing death and destruction across the country. a 70-year-old man found frozen to death inside his illinois home, and a 38-year-old man dead of hype therm ya outside his home in green bay. this after a 77-year-old found frozen to death over the weekend. slick roadways outside cincinnati last night contributed to an 86-car pileup leaving a 12-year-old girl dead. the cold weather remains through thursday morning. much of the north and northeast will be freezing this weekend. i'll pact felt by consum
with the president along with the other governors. meanwhile let's go to tennessee and tell you about a state senator by the name of stacy campfield. he doesn't have children but he has an idea. if you receive welfare benefits -- currently if your kids don't show up for school they cut you at 20%. but if your kids don't get good grades -- in other words don't pass -- they would cut your welfare benefits 30%. there are a lot of critics who say how can you punish a family if they don't have food on the table? >>gretchen: i think this is about parent involvement. i think that the first thing that's important to try and improve grades is to get parents involved. maybe there would be some way to encourage more parental involvement at the school level, especially with families who are receiving welfare, and maybe that would be a way of looking at this as opposed to punishing the child. >>brian: right now if no one is showing up for back to school night and your kid is stprug -- struggling, maybe you can get through with the parent. they'll say i'll get little cindy focused on grades because it is costing u
on the roadways. quite dangerous across the mid south and tennessee valley. the wind chills, if you're not bundled up, feels like minus 1 in new york, 7 in chicago. across the west it's warm. so there is warmth across the map, just not across portions of the upper midwest and the great lakes and northeast down towards the ohio river valley. as you head towards kentucky and tennessee, see that pink, that's that mixture of ice, freezing rain, sleet. it's going to make travel very difficult. they have e got the sand out there. they're going to try to make sure the roadways are at least a little bit okay. the best advice if you've got freezing rain in your area is to stay off the roads. travel forecast: looking at that mixture of sleet and freezing rain, parts of tennessee and kentucky, temperature freezing, right around 32 in nashville. as you head towards ashville, the carolinas, you get the potential for ice and freezing rain on the roadways. north of the carolinas, it will be mainly a snow event. one to four inches. not a blockbuster storm but is going to cause travel delays on the roadways and i
million s of americans that want to defend themselves. harold, you're from tennessee, an nra supporter. l let's talk about people in the northeast that don't understand what nra has been, what a great organization it has been through the years. how the organization has not always been the organization it became in the mid-1990s. could you explain gun owners and how they're appalled by things like this? there are polls out today we're going to be reading today, it's shifted. their extremism is destroying the them. >> many of those were members of nra who appreciated the sports organization who protected the hunters and sports rights have to be curious how and why the organization has allowed the credibility of members to be besmirched and diminished all in an effort to protect people with huge magazines, all in an effort to protect those against comprehensive background checks. the polls show people don't protect those things. >> survivalists for gun manufacturers. >> and there's no tennessean who appreciates the season's changing and go out and enjoy an afternoon as people do playing bask
of tennessee who was one of the senators who got to ask questions of hillary clinton yesterday on the hill. is he satisfied with her answers, and if not, what's next? >>> also, we'll explore a brand new lawsuit that the family of the late football star junior seau has brought against the nfl. they say the sport played a role in his suicide, and the league is partly to blame. our legal panel weighs in, and wait until you hear the very latest in the manti te'o case. all of that as the second hour of "happening now" starts right now. jon: senator john kerry warning iran about its nuclear program but making it clear he would rather use a carrot than a stick. welcome to a brand new hour of "happening now," i'm jon scott. >> and i'm uma in today for jenna lee. senate kerry had confirmation hearings today, telling the panel that iran's nuclear program must be stopped, but he prefer sanctions and diplomacy to military action. describing himself as a recovering member of the supercommittee which tried and failed to cut trillions of dollars from the federal budget, senator kerry called on his longti
on the roadways, the tennessee river valley, look at all that pink on the radar. it looks pretty, but it's not nice to drive in. north of that area is snow. it was is not a blockbuster event, but we could get one to 4 inches of snow across the ohio river valley into what the northeast. we are seeing the potential for freezing rain and sleet in tennessee and kentucky. the carolinas as well. mainly ranges east of huntsville. good shower activity just south of nashville as well. cleveland, cincinnati, washington dc -- he will get a few inches of snow possibly over the next several hours. freezing rain advisory is in the light purple end ice storm warnings in the darker shade of purple here. through tonight we could get half an inch of ice on the roadways. over trees, on power lines. it will make things very dangerous. it could bring down the power lines and there are reports of accidents near knoxville and bowling green. if you live in those areas, please take care. travel forecast. where is the system going? is pushing eastward. nashville around the freezing mark. there is that pink shaded
accumulations of rice along the carolinas and tennessee. >>> manti te'o has admitted he lied to the media and the public after learning that the girl he met online didn't exist. >> the alleged mastermind behind the hoax reportedly posed as the woman on the phone using a female voice. >> hey, babe i'm just calling to say good night. i love you. >> it didn't sound like a man. it sounded, sounded like a woman. >>> protesters clash with police in cairo on the second anniversary of the public uprising that toppled hosni mubarak. >>> a 14-year-old australian boy has been rescued from fast-moving floodwaters in queensland following heavy rain. >>> from l.a. a rescue worthy of hollywood, featured a small dog and a somewhat elaborate zip line system. >>> all that -- >> oh the 450-pound snowmobile lands on his head. >> how are you doing over there, jimmy? i'm just kidding, i don't give a [ bleep ]. >> the next greatest generation will be one of men and women who will fight and die together to protect this nation. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the hope is that we can now finally defea
. >> forecasters expect freezing rain and dangerous accumulations of ice across the carolinas and tennessee. >>> manti te'o is admitting he lied to the media after he admitted the girl oine didn't exist. >> the mastermind reportedly posed as a woman using a see if mail voice. >> i'm just calling to say good night. i love you. >> it didn't sound like a man. it sounded like a woman. >>> protesters clash with police in cairo on the second anniversary of the public uprising after toppling hosni mubarak. >> a 14-year-old australian boy has been rescued from queensland following heavy rain. >>> it featured a small dog and a somewhat elaborate zip line system. >> all that -- >> lands on his head. >> really powerful, not facebook powerful. >> how are you doing, jimmy? i don't really care. it doesn't matter. >> and all that matters. >> fight and protect the nation. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the hope is we can finally defeat the taliban by giving them the silent treatment. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." today vice president joe biden is bringing the battle of the gun c
: the senator from tennessee. mr. alexander: i wonder if i might impose a question to the republican leader if he'd retake the floor. mr. mcconnell: i'd be happy to respond. mr. alexander: i want to congratulate the kwepbl for -- congratulate the republican leader for his remarks, but here is my question: we've arrived at a time when we have a newly elected president who's had a fine inaugural day. he has an agenda that heants to follow which he announced in his inaugural address. it's not an agenda but most of us on this side agree with, but he has an agenda he wants to follow in the second term, all of which would ensure in his eyes his legacy as a president. but isn't there one thing that in order to get to that agenda or any other thing he and we have to do, and that is to address that red? and isn't the very best time -- isn't the very best time to do something difficult, something nobody wants to talk about, something that's hard, isn't the best time to do that at a time when we have divided government, a democratic president, a republican house, and 30 or 40 or 50 of us senators on b
. ♪ i remember the night ♪ and the tennessee waltz. >> jon: that song patti page's tennessee waltz one of the best selling recordings of all time we are learning the singer died yesterday. she grew up in oklahoma as clara an fowler. she never wanted to be a singer and told she could sing and things escalated from there. during her career page report recorded more than 1,000 pop and country songs. she made her mark in television first singer to make programs. in 1999 she won her first and only grammy. page and the decades of touring just last year after announcing unspecified health problems. the singer was set to receive a lifetime achievement award from the recording academy next month. pattie page was 85. updating some of our top stories tonight. new york republican congressman peter king says house speaker john boehner has promised votes on super storm sandy relief within two weeks. that's after the house last night cancelled a vote on a relief bill. a new congress begins tomorrow. huge day on wall street. the dow soaring more than 300 points on the first trading day of the new year
stretch back across virginia, back into eastern tennessee, western north carolina and then extends all the way down into the gulf coast region from lafayette, louisiana, right over to biloxi, mississippi. so we are still going to see those showers basically affect the southeast. and it's in this area, eastern kentucky into west virginia, into western virginia, also down into mississippi and northeastern louisiana where we could end up with another two to three inches of rainfall on top of several inches of rain that has already been falling in that region. but the northeast not looking at a whole lot of rain. and this is the last bit of warm air that we are going to see down across the southeast. and that cold air that's been sitting in the midwest is eventually going to work back in. it's not going to get real cold but be more seasonal. >>> good news on the job front for u.s. veterans. coca-cola's controversial take on obesity and nike's new $100 million golfer. >>> they lift a car and save a life. you've got to see this. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ♪ [ male announcer ] h
. -- the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. three tennessee high school students nominated for homecoming king decided to stkpweuf their crown -- give their crown to a student with a genetic connecticut. scott malone ni has a neurological disorder that prohibits his learning and his speech. next the bad. a denver man caught on camera plowing into these parked cars. he told cops that he was so tired after his wrestling match that he fell asleep at the wheel. they cited
, the mississippi river valley and the tennessee river valley and ohio river valley where we could deal with tornadoes. rare severe weather outbreak tomorrow at this time. back to you. >> thank you. less than an hour away from a vote on a $50 billion aid package that will pass the senate tonight but if it does not muster with my next guest. $50 billion. what issues do you have? >> not the issue i have but the issue that it wipes out all of the new revenue of president obama's pass tax increase. the tax deal that was just done on the fiscal cliff was supposed to solve or help with revenue but in the first year sandy wipes out the savings in in 2013 and undercovers how difficult it is to work on the debt it defines tax-and-spend. >> both agree this is money well spent negotiation? >> sure, but the issue is, do you add it to the deficit in door you go ahead and find offsets? there are a lot of things that folks have problems with. one is that the a lot of the spending did not happen until 2013 and in the future. there was an argument that okay, we will take care of the emergency needs in t
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. something that kind of shocked me in the great state of tennessee with the courthouse. i thought they couldn't really top fighting the ten commandment ins courthouses. having a place you put up thou shalt not kill is pretty funny. in cookeville, tennessee? >> in cookeville, tennessee they decided that a pastor there, a southern baptist pastor decided that what was missing from the putnam county courthouse were the words "in god we trust." okay, fine. it is on the money. it is essentially the model of the united states. because eisenhower got that passed in 1956. >> john: it is not the conservative point of view. the conservative point of view would be a separation of church and state as the founders intended. 18th century point of view is putting in god we trust in everything. >> they raised money to put "in god we trust" in two foot tall gold letters, not just on the front of the courthouse but on all four sides above every entrance. so that no matter where you walk into the courthouse, you see "in god we trust." >> that's very donald trump of them. >> i just want to know what's wrong with
through memphis, tennessee, through the ohio river valley. we'll keep you posted certainly martha throughout the day and bill. we could see a volatile situation unfolding. back to you. >> thank you for that, janice. we'll keep an eye on it. bill: there are new reports the legacy of the deadly terror attack in libya is looming large over the future of the u.s. involvement in afghanistan. president obama meets with hamid karzai late tomorrow in fact. the attack in benghazi reportedly a driving factor in the ultimate decision in how large of a force to leave behind. john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n. and fox news contributor. welcome back. what do you make of this? how do you put this together? >> i think it has got our priorities backwards. if taliban takes control again in afghanistan, we won't have to worry about protecting drone bases or diplomats because we won't be there at all. and i think this is part of the unreality of the obama administration's approach there. the low troop numbers that they're contemplating, that they will be discussing with president karzai will
to him when he ran for election. people turned him back florida, i would say it's tennessee. the people who knew him best knew he shouldn't be allowed near that presidency. i think it broke his spirit. he decided to make any deal with any hot devil that he could. he chose global warming. and now he is probably worth north of a quarter billion dollars. good for him. i'm glad he is rich. if thinks we haven't noticed is he a big hack who is completely full of it, i don't know who is kidding who. >> bill: last night we had a discussion about welfare recipients. a few of them. not many. a few here in new york. [ laughter ] bill. >> really, billy? i haven't seen the work. >> bill: they did a freedom of information act. came up with a few people using welfare cards and strip joints and gambling places and booze places, all right? so then we brought on jimmy mcmillan who uses the street to say this. seriously do you think somebody is going to walk into a strip club because they want to get some of their welfare benefits and walk out? come on. >> i'm a former stripper. >> bill: you are a former
memphis, tennessee. several inches of snow also piling up in some parts of the northeast today. but folks there might be used to that sort of weather in january. it is a different story down in dixie. chief meteorologist rick reichmuth with the first alert forecast for them and all of us in our extreme weather center. rick, hello. >> very cold down across parts of the the south. so much of the eastern part of the country has been so warm for the last few days. this is the last little pocket of that warmth from around atlanta down through florida. temps still looking good. back behind this very very cold air. that's where we have been seeing these storms stalled frontal boundary and impulses move along it freezing rain yesterday. that freezing rain down across the south brought snow today in across parts of the northeast. and we're still going to deal with the tail end of this across parts of the northeast. but, unfortunately, still some more mess here of rain and a little bit of snow for the overnight hours from this storm, shep? bill? >> bill: you are still wick to me. >> right. >> bill:
, is a former colleague, tennessee bob corker, ranking member of the top republican on the foreign relations committee. ewe going to have the hearings. on john kerry. why are they so trouble and why are you not troubled by the hagel resume? >> i think you know i start all these hearings with an open mind. i did serve with chuck and knew him for a couple of years. we served together on the foreign relations committee. look, i do have concerns. i do think as your panelists were saying earlier that the meetings and the hearings are going to be very, very important. i think as it relates to senator hagel, one of the areas, andrea, with him in particular that i want to probe is where he is on our nuclear posture. i know it's not something that, you know, people talk about on a daily basis. some of the things he said in the past about where we need to be as a country in our nuclear posture are very troubling to me, and especially at this moment many time when we're supposed to be investing in nuclear modernization as a part of the start treaty, and we're not doing that. that's an issue that's goin
of tennessee. icing on the trees can cause power to go down and we talk about a half inch on some of the roads that means those roads become a solid sheet of ice as my mom would say. temps as you are waking up. cold across yeaforts north. not as cold as it was. 3 in minneapolis. the east is is going to look pretty good behind this storm system as far as precipitation goes. big storm out across parts of the west. southern california and arizona. this is one storm, there is another one in towards the pacific northwest. those will be weather makerrers across the central plains and eventually the northeast. take a look at the fiewrd, what this storm does it pulls out here into parts of the plains. by tomorrow you see that big area of pink, that's an ice storm potentially that we are talking about tomorrow and tomorrow night in across places like saint lewis and chicago and detroit. now, typically we see snow here. we don't see ice storms. incredibly dangerous. much more dangerous than a snow storm. big problem we are dealing with here. potentially seeing some of that ice maybe making its way in ph
. >> yeah. >> do you feel that the gun debate and the positions that you took cost you arkansas, tennessee your home state, potentially led to that election outcome? >> i think it's more complicated than that. i know that some seasoned political observers have made that argument. i don't fully agree. it was, certainly, a factor, but it was only one of many factors. >> but the nra was coming after you. >> yes, that's true, but the so-called upper south has been trending heavily republican for quite some time now for a variety of reasons. really ever since brown versus board of education. >> and al gore looks to the future. the book is "the future," where he'll talk about extreme weather and climate change and that profitable al zjazeera deal. >>> and coming up next, chuck hagel's confirmation challenge. senators bill nelson and jeanne shaheen joining us next on "andrea mitchell reports." [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool if we took the already great sentra apart and completely reimagined it with best-in-class combined mpg and more interior room than corolla and civic and a technology s
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